In the course of my adventures and travels I have come up with various different routes, some I’ve used, some I haven’t. Those that I think might be of use to others, I’m listing here in the off chance someone else finds them useful.
My routes are on Viewranger, which is a rather nifty app for Android and iPhone. Of all my routes there are two versions, an free version, and a paid version. They are both identical. The paid version is set at the lowest cost that viewranger allows, if you find the route useful and want to say thank you, feel free to purchase the paid version.
- Short route – free version / paid version – This is the shortest of the routes I came up with starting at the Storey arms, and taking in Corn Du. The route is easiest if you do Pen-y-fan first, and Corn du on the way back.
- Longer route – free version / paid version – This route starts near the storey arms centre, and climbs up Corn Du, then onto Pen-y-Fan. From Pen-y-Fan, it drops down to a relartively flat hike through the valley to a car park on the opposite side of the mountains.
- Canterbury to Chilham – free version / paid version – This is a gentle walk along the River Stour from Canterbury to Chilham via Chartham. The route follows the pathed cycle path along the River Stour as far as Chartham, where the path heads into farm land and wooded down land before descending to Chilham Station, where a train can be taken back to Canterbury.
- Grove Ferry to Canterbury – free version / paid version – This is a gentle walk largely following the Stour Valley Walk, taking in Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve, as well as a mix of farmland and picturesque woodland.